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Underwater Photo Location: Fish Head

Underwater Photo Location: Fish Head

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Probably the best dive site on our liveaboard trip, the hole place was covert in Gorgonian Seafans and surounded by a fishsoup. absolutly awsome!!
Facts about Fish Head
  • It is in Maldives
  • Fish Head is in the Indian Ocean.
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
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by Nedip Emin
Diver with a huge Napoleon Wrasse

by Nedip Emin
Hawksbill turtle, Nikon D200, Maledives

by Jane Morgan
Me and my buddy. This was taken at Fish Head in the Maldives. One of my buddies was totally unaware that he was being followed by the napoleon wrasse.

by Michel Lonfat
Diver behind a "curtain" of Glass Fish .... :O) ....

by Pietro Formis
Anemone fishes at Male south atholl maldives - shot with Sony w-300 integrated flash

by Christian Nielsen
My wife have a close look on a nice Hawksbill Turtle. Photo taken on Fishhead in the Ari Atoll, Maldives. 14-54mm with 1 flash.

by Christian Nielsen
Look at me. Male Napoleon posing at Fishhead in the Maldives. We very much enjoy these encounters and are impressed with the patterns on this big fish. Olympus E330, 14-54mm, Single Ikelite DS125 Strobe.

by Boris Pamikov
Napoleon Wrasse in Musha Mas Mingili Thila (Fish Head)

by Jonathan Sala
Maldive's anemone fish

by Sean Chinn

by Helen Sampson
Anemones don't sting..... see! I can't ever get enough of trying to capture fun images of anemone fish as they playfully and shyly play peak-a-boo with me.
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